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Stephanie Beacham Quotes

But as far as my work is concerned, I see no impediment, and various advantages, to being deaf.

I can not remember even thinking that I was deaf when I was dancing.

I genuinely enjoy talking one-to-one. I have no shyness about that.

I have to concentrate more intently when people speak. I always have to position myself on their right side so that I can hear out of my left ear. I sometimes get a crick in my neck from listening. But I don't there's too much else.

I took some classes in sign language when I was in my early teens because I was told that I would be completely deaf very early. But I never really wanted to learn.

I'm the one by the backdoor - I am not the one in the middle of the party.

Nothing is going to improve my hearing. I've only got to prevent it from getting worse.

One of the reasons I wanted to teach deaf children was because it made me very sad that they spoke so clumsily and that they moved with less grace that I knew was possible of deaf people.